PM Modi rebuts Congress' charge of 'crony capitalism'

PM Modi rebuts Congress' charge of 'crony capitalism'

Courtesy : NJ TEAM30/07/2018 09:09

In an obvious reference to AICC President Rahul Gandhi’s criticism to his government promoting industrial houses, Prime Minister Narendra Modi slammed the Congress for ‘insulting’ top industrialists in the country and calling them ‘chor-lutera’ (thief).
Laying the foundation stones for 81 projects worth Rs 60,000 crore in 24 districts of Uttar Pradesh, the PM said that he did not mind standing with industrialists for inclusive growth of the country despite facing criticism from the opposition.
PM Modi also dared the Congress and other opposition parties saying, “Those trying to find a case against me will be disappointed as more cases will come out against them. I have ruled the country only for four years whereas they destroyed India for 70 years,” he said.
 “When your intentions are clear, you carry on with resolve. We don’t fear standing with top industrialists. But there are people who do this behind curtains. You will not find a single photograph of them with industrialists in public but there is not a single businessman who did not run around to their residence to bow down,” he alleged

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